Joyce Terryberry, left, and Adrienne Mathews check out a basket donated for the benefit at Mathews Family Chiropractic. (Johnson Publications photo)

From left, Marisa Smith, Audra Waller, Hunter Spady, Brad Spady, Aaron Richards and Leann Weiss pose in front of a groundhog at Kimble’s benefit golf tournament Saturday. Participants could pay to putt from the groundhog since he was closer to the hole. (Johnson Publications photo)

Darty Schilke lines up his putt at Kimble’s benefit golf tournament last Saturday. (Johnson Publications photo)

Community gathers to support Janiel Kimble

The community gathered at Mathews Family Chiropractic in Imperial on May 24 for a benefit for Janiel Kimble and again last Saturday at Enders Golf Course.

Painting has started on the fence “canvas” provided by Barb and Marlon Prottsman. There will be eight murals painted by area artists of all skill levels. The Vigil family of Venango started painting their “Lilo and Stitch” themed mural Saturday. (Johnson Publications photo)

Fence mural project underway

By Becky Kuntzelman
The Imperial Republican
    Back in March, Barb Prottsman, Imperial Postmaster, and her husband, Marlon, announced they wanted to give back to the community.


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